CANCELLED: Soulard Democrats Happy Hour Meeting Set For September 17th

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Register for Sunday’s 5th & 7th Ward Democrats Downtown Happy Hour

2 pm Sunday, August 27th
314 The City Bar, 1117 Washington
Contact: 314-630-7599

Sponsored By 5th Ward Committeeman Rasheen Aldridge and 7th Ward Committeewoman Marie Ceselski

Register for Attendance Prize Drawings- event drinks/appetizers and 5th & 7th Ward business gift cards

Open to the Public

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8/9/2017 Appeal Hearing on 1400 Russell

public hearingSt. Louis City Board of Adjustment
1:30 pm Wednesday, August 9th, 2017
Room 208, City Hall, 1200 Market

Full Agenda

APPEAL #10976: Appeal filed by Maximus Holdings LLC from the determination of the Building Commissioner in the denial of a building permit authorizing the Appellant to construct a multifamily building with parking, per plans at 1400 Russell Blvd.

They were permitted 4/25/2017 to construct Foundation Only, which has been going on; plumbing permit issued 7/12/2017; and electrical and mechanical permits issued 7/14/2017.

Here’s the project file from Zoning

1400 Russell on FB

 

Bring School Supplies To 8/13 Old Frenchtown Bingo Party

cheeseboard2-4 pm Sunday, August 13th, 2017
Old Frenchtown Bingo Party
Nadine’s Gin Joint, 1031 S 12th, Soulard
Hosted by Marie Ceselski, 7th Ward Democratic Committeewoman
Event webpage

There will be Bingo Prizes and some special items for a School Supply Donors Drawing, including this handsome Soulard Street Names Cheese Board donated by Looking Glass Designs in Lafayette Square.

Register for 5th & 7th Wards Democrats Downtown Happy Hour

happyhour - Copy2 pm Sunday, August 27th
314 The City Bar, 1117 Washington

Register for Attendance Prize Drawings- event drinks/appetizers and 5th & 7th Ward business gift cards

Open to the Public

Guest Speakers:
State Rep. Bruce Franks
State Rep Michael Butler
DNC Committeewoman & 15th Ward Alderwoman Megan Green
Courtney Mueller, Northside-Southside Light Rail Study Team
State Senator Jake Hummel on Right to Work Repeal